Bloodroot is a lovely woodland flower here in the east, emerging in spring and sending up white daisy-like flowers. The sap within the root, as one might expect, is a reddish color.
'Bloodroot' is a new color for me, and one which I found only as I was preparing to photograph the Modern reds. I noticed a gap between two of my reds, where there was obviously a color that could be produced in between. With so many colors in my collection, this was an oddity! So I marched back to the kitchen and produced this red -- it turns out to be one of my favorites of the entire collection! It is a lovely, neutral red. Appropriately bright for inclusion in the Modern reds, it remains soft and neutral -- neither too blue nor too orange-y. A great all-around workhorse red. How did I miss it before?
NOTE: In general, use the individual color image as your guide. I have devoted many, many hours to adjusting the images to match the actual wool color, but the usual disclaimers (about colors appearing different on different monitors) apply.
HOW TO ORDER
The standard minimum size available at Ram in the Thicket is a 3" X 18" increment, and each of those represents one "item". So from each listing, order the total number of increments of that color you would like. If you order more than one 'item' of any color, I will send it out as one large piece.